The test consists of multiple-choice questions for reading and listening, and constructed-response tasks for writing and speaking. In this study, we focus on 3 levels of the CEFR (A2, B1, and B2). A variation of a Yes/No Angoff standard-setting approach was applied to the reading and listening sections, and a variation of a Performance Profile approach was applied to the writing and speaking sections. A total of 18 educators from 15 countries served on the standard-setting panel. The results of the study are minimum scores for each of the 4 test sections that are recommended for classifying test takers according to the levels of the CEFR.